This report shows usage statistics for the top web browser render engines including Trident, Gecko, Web Kit and Presto.
The different render engine versions implemented by browsers control support for many web standards including
. We only list render engines that have amassed at least
0.1% of the market share during the selected time period.
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A layout engine, or rendering engine, is software that takes marked up content (such as HTML, XML, image files, etc.) and formatting information (such as CSS, XSL, etc.) and displays the formatted content on the screen. It "paints" on the content area of a window, which is displayed on a monitor or a printer. A layout engine is typically used for web browsers, e-mail clients, or other applications that require the displaying (and editing) of web contents.
Maxthon launches latest iteration of its PC web browser in beta form
SlashGear / 12/9/13
Maxthon says that the new rendering engine and other tweaks to the browser make it 10% faster overall than Chrome 30. Maxthon also claims that the new browser has 40% faster start times than previous versions of the browser. The company claims that in ...
Opera Sees The Web Browser As TV's Ad Booster
Beet.TV / 9/18/13
And the firm also announced it is basing the latest version of its browser software development kit on Google's new browser rendering engine. “We are the first company to launch a commercial-grade product based on the Blink/Chromium SDK,” Opera TV ...
Google's Updated Chrome Browser Conflicts with Anti-Virus Software
TechNewsDaily / 7/12/13
Chrome 28 is the first version that uses Google's new Blink rendering engine, a switch from the Apple-developed WebKit engine that powers Safari. In April, Google said Blink would ensure Chrome's compatibility with the company's other products.
Google releases Chrome 28 with Blink browser engine | Malaysia Sun
Malaysia Sun / 7/11/13
Google on Tuesday released Chrome 28, the first polished version of the browser to use the company's home-grown "Blink" rendering engine. On Windows, the upgrade also sported Google's new notification service that lets developers of Chrome apps and ...
Rebuilt Opera Browser Now Available for Windows and Mac
Maximum PC / 7/2/13
Pop the top and you'll no longer find Presto working its magic, as Opera Software decided to switch to Google's Chromium-based Blink rendering engine, which is a fork of WebKit. Chromium is an open-source browser that serves as the foundation for Chrome ...
Opera Releases Chromed Preview of Next Browser
TidBITS / 5/30/13
The Opera Web browser is getting an overhaul for its 15th version, with a number of new features and a big change to its rendering engine. The new release switches away from Opera's home-brewed Presto engine to Blink, the new rendering engine being ...
Opera Next beta desktop browser for Windows and Mac released
BGR India / 5/28/13
Just days after introducing its WebKit-based browser for Android, Opera today announced the beta version of its desktop browser running on the same rendering engine, called Opera Next. This version of the web browser is available on Windows PCs and ...
Opera releases first Chromium browser for desktop
PC Pro / 5/28/13
This is the first desktop browser Opera has launched that doesn't run on its own Presto rendering engine, after the company decided to switch over to WebKit and Google's Chromium. Google subsequently announced it was replacing WebKit with its own ...
Chromium-based Opera browser now available on Windows, Mac
TechSpot / 5/28/13
This particular version of Chromium is already running Google's fork of WebKit, which means Opera Next is powered by the new rendering engine as well. The company noted that while the software is very stable, it's being released as beta software, and says ...
Opera debuts Chromium-luvvin' desktop browser Next 15
Register / 5/28/13
Opera Software today announced the beta availability of a completely re-engineered version of its browser that rips out the old plumbing in favour of Chromium, the open-source code that's the basis for Google's Chrome, and the WebKit layout engine, used in ...
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